Men are more hesitant to tell partners to lose weight

12/20/2011 | Google

Data on more than 2,000 participants surveyed showed that men were three times more likely than women to struggle in telling their partners to shed pounds. The poll, commissioned by the International Chair on Cardiometabolic Risk, also revealed that 59% of participants reported worrying about the adverse health effects of a large waistline for a loved one.

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